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Yes, you do need to format the SSD as it likely still had a FAT32 or exFAT partition which won't work with Mac's as a booting volume. Make sure you have GUID partition map and Mac OS Extended (Journaled) partition using your other Mac.
 
=== Update (01/09/2017) ===
 
How about making this easy!
 
Setup your Mac Mini in Target Disk Mode so its seen as if it where an external drive and then connect it to your MacBook Pro. That way you'll use your MacBook Pro's Disk Utility to prep the drive and install the OS. Here's how: [https://support.apple.com/kb/PH25318?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US|macOS Sierra: Transfer files between two computers using target disk mode]

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YesYes, you do need to format the SSD as it likely still had a FAT32 or exFAT partition which won't work with Mac's as a booting volume. Make sure you have GUID partition map and Mac OS Extended (Journaled) partition using your other Mac.
YesYes, you do need to format the SSD as it likely still had a FAT32 or exFAT partition which won't work with Mac's as a booting volume. Make sure you have GUID partition map and Mac OS Extended (Journaled) partition using your other Mac.

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Postagem original de: Dan ,

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Yes you do need to format the SSD as it likely still had a FAT32 or exFAT partition which won't work with Mac's as a booting volume. Make sure you have GUID partition map and Mac OS Extended (Journaled) partition using your other Mac.

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